January 02, 2010

Ten New Year's Resolutions To Help the LGBT Community

From San Diego's Gay & Lesbian Times:

he thing about New Year’s resolutions isn’t that they are hard to come up with, per se. Lose 10 pounds, go to the gym, quit smoking, etc. The tough thing about New Year’s resolutions is keeping them. Gym’s are at full capacity the beginning of January, and by early February or so, they are back at normal capacity. Cigarette sales in January are the lowest of any month of the year by a wide margin. But, by February, sales are brisk. Those 10 pounds? Well, chances are they will still be there when you’re making your list for 2011.



This year, we are offering up 10 New Year’s Resolutions for 2010 to help our GLBT community. We don’t expect them to be easy to keep, but we do think they are important, and we here at the Gay & Lesbian Times will be doing our best to keep them.


1. Advocate. Continue to put pressure on our elected officials to repeal the military’s “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” policy. As we continue to be engaged in the longest war in our nation’s history, it is vital that we have the top resources available to support that effort. Likewise, it is critical that the men and women who serve in the military be able to do so openly.
 
Click here to read the other nine resolutions.

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  1. THANKS FOR SHARING THIS, I WILL POST THIS ON MY BLOG!

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